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THE IDRISI EMIRATE OF SOUTH EAST ARABIA Giado (Libya) Jizan (Saudi Arabia) & Sanaa (Yemen) 1767-1973

Author Name John BALDRY
Other Informations 2015 502 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-539-0
Price 60.00 USD
Introduction 1. The rise of Sabya and Abu Arish, 1730-1923, (1142/3-1341/2 2. Syed Mohammed el Idrisi: the first revolt, 1900-1914, (1317/18-1333) 3. The Anglo-Idrisi treaties, 1914-1925, (1333/1344/5) 4. The Red Sea blockade and struggle for influence on the Yemeni littoral, 1902-1919, (1320/1338) 5. The Armistice: the struggle for Asir and the Tihamah, 1919-1923, (1337-1342). 6. The British and Idrisi occupations of Hodeidah, 1918-1925 (1337-1344) 7. Family intrigues and Civil War, 1923-1927, (1341-1346) 8. Britain's bid to accommodate Imam Yahya and decline in Anglo-Idrisi goodwill, 1923-1927, (1341-1346) 9. Imam versus Idrisi and Ibn Saud's intervention, 1923-1927, (1341-1346) 10. Foreign pene-tration in South-West Arabia and the failure of British policy 1919-1934, (1337-1353) 11. Mineral concessions in Asir, 1910-1930, (1328-1349) 12. Preparations for the dismemberment of Asir, 1926-1933, (1344-1352) 13. Comeback and elimination of the Idrisi, 1933-1936, (1352-1355) 14. Conclusion, 1936-1973, (1355-1393)